There was a time, largely before the internet had really taken off and when this was all fields, that the average enterprise computer user depended on a variety of software to get work done.
But what happened to those operating systems and desktop publishing packages of old? Join us as we take a quick tour of the software scrapheap.
10. Novell NetWare
Way back when, there was a genuine need for operating systems that only 'did' networking. Things like mapping network drives and user access worked better with bespoke OSs.
The mistake Novell made with NetWare was relying on a DOS partition when Windows (hello, Windows NT) was becoming the popular choice, so it failed even quicker than it had to.
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